Approx 9.1 newtons.
assuming density is 1g/cm3, 1 liter should weigh 1 kilogram
One liter of mercury equals 13.53 kilograms. A one liter bottle of water only weighs one kilogram in comparison.
Most cooking oils have a density of approximately 0.92 grams per millititer, so one liter of oil would weigh 0.92 kg, or 920 grams.See the Web Links to the left for more information.
From the definition of molarity, one liter of the stated solution contains 0.256 mole of sodium bromide. The gram formula weight of sodium bromide is 102.89; therefore, one liter of the solution contains 0.256 X 102.89 or 26.34 grams. 18.7/26.34 = 0.710, the fraction of a liter that contains 18.7 grams of sodium bromide.
Well, it depends. One liter of what? If it is water, it is one kg, since for water 1ml = 1g. 1 liter (water) = 1000 grams
kg is a measure of weight; liter is a measure of volume
That depends on the density of the chemical you are calling oil.
There are 1135 litres of cooking oil to the tonne.
830 to 900 grams per liter
The density of jatropha oil as a biodiesel fuel is 0.92 grams per cubic centimeter. Therefore, one liter will mass 920 grams or 0.92 kilograms.
Oils that are suggested for use in baking are Butter, Canola Oil, Corn Oil, Lard, Margarine (hard & soft), another oil used for commercial baking is Coconut oil. *Safflower oil can be used if the end result taste is to your liking. I use exclusively Olive Oil for all my baking when oil is called for . The taste of Olive oil is slightly different when one is used to Canola or Corn, but good.
That depends on the specific weight of that special oil. Only for pure water one can say: 1 litre of water weighs 1 kilogram. Not oil.
Only in volume, but not in weight.
determine the weight of one liter of water at 5c in pounds?
Yes it is safe for cooking. Safflower is one of humanities oldest cultivated crops and is used primarily today as vegetable oil, although it is not limited to this role and it is used for many other things.
I own one and its 6,750 LBS